This is re-posted with permission from Dr. George Snyder, Davis College’s Hebrew professor. Visit his blog here. I just completed eight weeks with my Sunday school class on Nahum; they seemed to enjoy the study. So what is a Christian supposed to get out of the vitriolic message of this 7th century prophet, as he
We teach an introductory course called Biblical Concepts of Leadership at Davis College, all the while acknowledging that the Bible is not meant as a textbook on leadership per se. Indeed, the self-attesting purpose of Scripture is “ . . . to make [us] wise for salvation through faith in Christ Jesus” (2 Tim 3:15).
If you are the parent of a high school sophomore, junior or senior, you are probably navigating through ways to help your soon-to-be college student afford a solid education. For those of you with a few years left to map out a successful strategy, dual enrollment may be something you will want to consider. Dual
I mentioned Employ-ability in my last blog post. I said: “Employ-ability covers a range of interview issues – like how to dress (modestly and professionally), when to show up (a smidge early), how to interact (person-ably and consistently), and so forth. I’ve found that most college grads gain these skills through their various collegiate interactions,
A recent article from Relevant Magazine highlighted an issue that is prevalent among many students and young professionals (even the not so young professionals): burn out. It’s important to not only be aware of the risk to burning out (whether that be at school, work, or other personal projects or passions in your life) but
“We wanted to get the whole family involved at our Dessert Celebration this year, so we created the Kids Program, which was a huge success with almost 30 kids in attendance! Our goal was to inspire the next generation to promote a culture of life, and to teach them that every life matters to God.
Earlier this week, we introduced to you the TOP TWO tips for new (or not so new) graduates going into job interviews. Here’s a look at the next three tips to help college students, recent graduates and newly (or not so newly) unemployed people get that job. #3 – Be PREPARED. – There is much
After conducting 100s of interviews and 1,000s of resume reviews in my various roles as an HR professional, technical recruiter, career consultant and college professor, it still amazes me the misinformed pre-conceptions that job seekers have about interviews. I got to thinking about the number of mock interviews that I’ve conducted over the past four
Dorms are much like sardine cans – packing in a lot of people into a relatively small amount of space. All that proximity can pretty easily lead to sicknesses that spread through entire halls. Take a look at the graphic below and learn how to better protect yourself against some common ailments. This is especially
This is a guest post by Tim and Tami Thurber “…you must teach them to your children and speak of them as you sit in your house, as you walk along the road, as you lie down, and as you get up.” Deut. 6:7 NETAs a Church and as parents, we are failing. Christians are